I find it bizarre, on a Kafkaesque level, that people who live in a society where perversion is the norm, where the institution of holy marriage is mocked, where life in the womb is subject to industrial-scale genocide, and where the government enslaves future generations to permanent indebtedness, feel free to level moral critiques against orthodox Bible-believing Christians in the 19th century South, some of whom had slaves.
Our Nation depends on its men being workers, fighters, householders and intellectuals. In all cases they must strive for sanctity if the Nation will bear the blessing of God. Prayer is the path towards sanctity. Simultaneous with our struggle towards personal holiness we must recognize our depravity. We, our families, our companions and allies are frail. We must pray for each other and be quick to forgive the penitent. “But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel” (1 Timothy 5:8)
In this week’s episode, the Nicene Council is joined by Dark Enlightenment to discuss why mainstream Christians reject the Alt-Right.
Right-wingers always dispatch their allies as surplus to their requirements as soon as they think they are succeeding. No one wants to build alliances with others who do not share their hobby horse issue. I call this “mono-causalism”: right-wingers only have one cause and view other causes as not being right-wing. The paleos were a coalition between Christians, libertarians and nationalists. Let’s see what happened to them.